LONDON (AP) – Bee Gees star Robin Gibb was too ill to attend the London premiere of “The Titanic Requiem,” his first classical work, his son said Tuesday.
They say the families that play together, stay together, and that couldn’t ring more true for these ten musical families who topped the charts in the ’60s and ’70s! See some of the most successful […]
This past April 16 was Record Store Day, “a celebration of the unique culture surrounding over 700 independently-owned record stores in the USA, and hundreds of similar stores internationally.” That there are only 700 such places […]
I know your eyes in the morning sun I feel you touch me in the pouring rain And the moment that you wander far from me I wanna feel you in my arms again. — […]
It’s late January, 1979 and, in a nail-biter, The Pittsburgh Steelers have just beaten the Dallas Cowboys 35-31 to become the first NFL team to win THREE Super Bowls. “Superman — The Movie,” starring Christopher […]
Hollywood is a town filled with crazy – crazy money, crazy ideas, crazy people. From today’s crazy pile: A British newspaper is claiming that none other than Steven Spielberg will be producing an upcoming biopic […]
Thanks to Retna Pictures — Kiki Dee and Elton John It was the bicentennial year. A big July 4th 200th birthday celebration of our country (1776-1976) highlighted the summer of 1976. The political campaigns were […]
The [lastfm]Bee Gees[/lastfm] made TWO big comebacks on the national charts. After their first hit, “New York Mining Disaster, 1941″ in 1967, they faded off the Top 20 in 1969 and 1970.
The two surviving Gibb brothers, Barry and Robin, are saying there’s going to be a career retrospective Box Set out in November. Barry says fans should look for “Mythology: The 50th Anniversary Collection” late this […]
22 Years ago today, we lost the youngest of the Gibb brothers. [lastfm]Andy Gibb[/lastfm] was only 5 days past his 30th birthday and died from an inflammatory heart virus in Oxford, England. He was never […]